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Biophilic Design: Interior Architecture and Design Trends 2020

Oliver Heath Biophilic design

As we arrive into a new decade, Biophilic Design is already becoming widely discussed in Interior Architecture and Design trends 2020. We are now reaching a deeper understanding when it comes to improving our surroundings and how this can benefit our health and wellbeing. Self-care was a hot topic for 2019 and in 2020 we predict that this trend will …

Watch this space! OHD will be involved with ‘Planted’ an exciting new design show in London this spring!

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An exciting three day design show will be taking place in London this spring. ‘Planted’, a contemporary design show aimed at reconnecting cities with nature, will host an array of inspiring exhibits and contributions from industry experts to cover four key subject areas: Outdoor Living Botanical Markets Wellbeing Sustainable Solutions The show will aspire to update the current outlook on …

UPPINGHAM SCHOOL: Biophilic Design in Education

Oliver Heath Biophilic design, Education, Healthy spaces, Schools

Uppingham School We’ve just completed another exciting education project at New House in Uppingham School. The project involved refurbishing an existing (girls) boarding house with a focus on creating fresh feeling spaces, enhancing a sense of community to bring the girls together and helping to develop a sense of nature in the spaces. The refurbishment was focused specifically around carefully …

We’re Hiring!

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We are looking for an enthusiastic and talented designer to join our Brighton based team at Oliver Heath Design. Applicants must have at least 8 years of experience working on high standard interior architectural projects from concept to completion – this is not a suitable role for a recent graduate. You will be heading up an exciting variety of projects including …

Finding sanctuary in the city

Oliver Heath Biophilic design, Healthy spaces, Natural stuff

We are once again leading the way in bringing together the idea of re-connecting individuals with nature and using a sustainable and eco-friendly design approach.  With a focus on occupant wellbeing and biophilia flourishing among the design world, we have most recently completed some striking new spaces that are specially focused on health, wellbeing and sustainability. The results have been …

Announcing our leap into interactive workshops

Oliver Heath Biophilic design, Community, Recycling / upcycling, Technology/ Energy Saving

What are we offering? Practical, hands-on workshops for businesses and individuals who want to better connect with nature, use creative skills to reduce their impact on the planet, and learn how to make happier, healthier spaces using biophilic design. Announcing a new service to add to our portfolio! After a hugely successful workshop event created in partnership with Interface for …

Rose and River : A human centred salon

Eden Goode Biophilic design, Healthcare, Healthy spaces

Rose and River We are very excited to share with you our latest project – Rose & River – a human centred beauty salon in Brockley, London. We have been hard at work designing this lovely salon, using Biophilic design principles to create a relaxing and calming atmosphere.   So, without further ado, here’s a little more on our design …

Oliver Heath Office with Acoustic Panels

Capturing the Big Bang is the answer to our acoustic problems

Eden Goode Acoustics, Biophilic design, Healthy spaces, Office

Earlier this year, we moved from our old office in Central Brighton, which consisted of three rooms split across two floors, to a large open plan office space located in an unused community hall of a Victorian church – a space with an abundance of natural light and wonderful vaulted high ceilings. The new layout was welcomed with open arms …

Oliver Heath Design - blog article about the culture of outdoors indoor by Naomi Stone

The Culture of Outdoors Indoors

Oliver Heath Biophilic design, Healthy spaces, Office

Article written by guest author: Naomi Stone Employee Engagement Manager, St Monica Trust Business Psychologist, MBPsS, MSc, BSc (Hons), Assoc CIPD Any gardener will tell you that the time they spend in a garden brings them a feeling of calm. They’re immersed in the changing seasons — from bare branches, to buds through to full colour and greenery. They tune in to …